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#1 User is online   pepperonikkid 

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  Posted 14 May 2017 - 07:24 AM

Guess who is having an abortion debate this Mother's Day week!



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By Silvio Canto, Jr.
May 14, 2017



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For years, I've argued that the media have given Democrats a free pass on abortion. In other words, they don't do stories on the divide about abortion in the Democratic Party. Yet I've had conversations with Democrats in Texas who are troubled by Roe v. Wade. They've shared concerns about their party's "purity test" over life. Some have even told me that the issue should have been settled by state legislatures rather than a Supreme Court decision.

My hunch proved right when Wendy Davis was blown away in the 2014 election for Texas governor. To refresh your memory, Miss Davis became the darling of the left when she led a filibuster in Austin, Texas on abortion. She seemed like the perfect candidate an attractive, articulate lady who would stand up the GOP boys of Texas.

On election night, it was Mr. Abbott winning 59-38%

It had nothing to do with her gender. It was her radical position on abortion and Hispanic women in Texas:

If these campaigns were trying to prove a point, they certainly proved two important ones: that running a pro-abortion candidate is not a winning formula in the Lone Star State, and that the Latino vote is neither sympathetic to the pro-abortion message nor is it monolithic. The difficulty of running a pro-abortion candidate was evident early on, when Wendy Davis failed to win several heavily Hispanic counties in the Democratic gubernatorial primary.

Let's go to Omaha, Nebraska, a place where Democrats lost another election this year. In Omaha, you had a pro-life Democrat running for mayor.

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Posted 14 May 2017 - 09:35 AM

View Postpepperonikkid, on 14 May 2017 - 07:24 AM, said:

At the April 20 rally in Omaha, Sen. Bernie Sanders, the Vermont independent who sought the Democratic presidential nomination last year, endorsed Mello, telling thousands, "Are you ready for a political revolution?"


Bringing Deadbeat Bernie here is what sank Mello's candidacy.

View Postpepperonikkid, on 14 May 2017 - 07:24 AM, said:

In thanking supporters, Mello hinted he was hardly finished by Tuesday's defeat.

"Our work does not stop tonight," he said. "It only begins."


Spoken like someone seeking a career in politics rather than find an honest way to make a living.
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